De Vliegende Schotel
De Drie Hendricken
Built in a sober Renaissance style is the striking De Drie Hendricken . The gable stones above the ground floor depict a townsman, a...
In the 17th century the 'Herengracht of the Jordaan', as the gorgeous Bloemgracht was called, was home to paint and sugar factories, and...
If you prefer your beer with a background of hip hop, breakbeats and soul, come to this graffitied, split-level corner café , which does...
Owner Yohannes gives his customers a warm welcome (as do the heavenly aromas wafting from the kitchen) and is passionate about the...
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Lonely Planet review
Service can be spotty at the 'Flying Saucer', but if you're prepared to take your time in the summer-camp-chic dining room, you'll enjoy some of the city's favourite vegie gratins, lasagnes and Indian- inflected meals.